Important Exam Announcements

  • 17 April 2020

All students should review the information in the Exams FAQ document available under the Exam Information link on the TLS Intranet. 


Exams will be available on the scheduled exam date at 9 a.m. Central Standard Time (see exam schedule posted on the TLS Intranet). 

There will be a password required for all exams.  Academic Services will generate an email message via the exam software to provide the password shortly before the exam is scheduled to be available.


Exams will NOT be administered in the Law School building (Weinmann Hall).  Students are expected to complete the exams remotely and submit using the exam software, Examplify.  The Examplify instructions are attached and may also be found under the Exam Information link on the TLS Intranet. 

Specific directions for the exam will be indicated on the instruction page, or first page, of your exam questions.  The test document will be included as an attachment to the exam file.   Students will be able to access the test once they have logged in to start an exam. The test document would be found under Exam Controls or accessed in Tools once you have started the exam.    We have created a new mock test for spring 2020 which will include an attachment similar to how the test will be attached to the exam file.  The new mock test will be available beginning on April 18th.  Students should use the Spring 2020 mock test to practice use of the software and accessing an attachment so that they are prepared for the exam period. 

Student survey, summer courses and journal write-on information

  • 9 April 2020

Summer Survey

A survey has been developed to gauge the interest of students in summer enrollment.  Please take a moment to complete the summer survey as this will be very helpful for us in determining what courses may be offered during the summer term.   The survey can be accessed at


Please note that Law courses offered during the Summer 2020 term will be held remotely and will be graded on the standard (A-F) letter grade scale.  

Summer 2020 Financial Aid

  • 2 April 2020

Following is new information regarding summer 2020 financial aid, the last day for fall/spring federal loan increases, and FAFSA completion (Free Application for Federal Student Aid).

  • The last day for fall 2019/spring 2020 federal loan increases is April 20, 2020. If you are in need of immediate funds, please check with our office to see if you have any remaining federal loan eligibility, or if other options are available. For example, unusual medical expenses, loan fees that were taken out loans before they disbursed in the fall 2019/spring 2020 semesters, bar exam and character/fitness tests costs, child care expenses, or a one-time computer purchase are items that can be used to increase your Cost of Attendance, and thus, loan eligibility.
  • The Summer 2020 Addendum (Application) for financial aid is now available. It can be found on the internet under Financial Aid, in the “Docs” section on the right side of our page. The deadline for application is June 12, 2020. In order to qualify for a federal loan, students must be enrolled in at least five credit hours. These credit hours can consist of a mixture of classes, externships and/or directed research.
  • Students seeking federal aid for either Summer 2020, and/or Fall 2020/Spring 2021, should complete the 2020-2021 FAFSA as soon as possible. (

2020-2021 Tuition Information

  • 2 April 2020

The cost of attendance information for the 2020-2021 academic year may be found on the Financial Aid page of the TLS Intranet or the Financial Information  link on the Tulane Law School homepage.  The tuition rate table for all schools may be accessed on the University Accounts Receivable page at  


Tuition for the Summer 2020 courses held in New Orleans will be $1217 per credit hour.  The Summer Externship will be charged a flat rate of $1217. 


Exam information & exams on computer procedures

  • 1 April 2020

The spring exam schedule is posted on the Academic Services page of the TLS Intranet under the Exam Information link.   


Exams will be conducted remotely using the Examplify exam software, and will be available on the scheduled exam date at 9 a.m. Central Standard Time.  Faculty may elect to limit the time allowed for students to complete the exam (e.g., three hours for a three-credit course).  Students will be permitted to start the exam at any hour on the scheduled day, but the exam must be completed by 9 a.m. Central Standard Time the following day.


For professors who elect to give take-home exams, students will be provided an eight-hour window of time during which to complete the exam. This will allow all students an equal opportunity to start and complete the exam within the 24-hour period allocated for the exam without regard to the time zone in which they are located.


The Exam FAQ posted under the Exam Information link of the TLS Intranet should address most questions students may have about the exam administration process.